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Twenty large upcoming Midwest and Northwest construction projects - September 2012

09/17/2012 by RCD Project Research

The accompanying tables show 20 of the largest upcoming Midwest and Northwest construction projects. They are all in the planning stage and are mainly new projects, but may also involve additions and/or alterations.

Shopping centers, hotels, office buildings, medical buildings, educational buildings, libraries and museums, sports and entertainment complexes, industrial projects and government buildings will all be covered on a rotating basis.

There are several reasons for highlighting upcoming large projects. Such jobs have often received a fair amount of media coverage. Therefore, people in the industry are on the lookout for when job-site work actually gets underway. And, as showcase projects, they highlight geographically where major construction projects are proceeding.

Finally, total construction activity is comprised of many small- and medium-sized projects and a limited number of large developments. But the largest projects, simply by their nature, can dramatically affect total dollar volumes. In other words, the timing and size of these projects have an exaggerated influence on market forecasts.

Ten of the largest upcoming Midwest construction projects
Project Title and Owner/Developer Location Current
Stage
Project
Value
U.S. $
millions
HYPERION ENERGY CENTER      
Hyperion Refining LLC Elk Point, SD Proposal $10,000
MESABA ENERGY PROJECT      
Excelsior Energy Inc. Taconite, MN Proposal $4,000
COAL MANUFACTURING PLANT      
American Clean Coal Fuels Mattoon, IL Proposal $4,000
TAYLORVILLE ENERGY CENTER      
Tenaska Inc. Taylorville, IL Proposal $3,500
HARBOR SAN CARLOS      
City of St. Charles Saint Charles, MO Masterplanning $1,000
MARTIN AVIATION AIR PARK      
Holland Construction Services Cahokia, IL Masterplanning $999
SUNFLOWER ELECTRIC POWER PLANTS      
Tri State Generation Holcomb, KS Proposal $999
MINNESOTA VIKINGS FOOTBALL STADIUM      
Metrodome Minneapolis, MN Proposal $975
DAIRYLAND GREYHOUND PARK CASINO      
Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin Kenosha, WI Proposal $808
HIGH COUNTRY ENERGY WIND FARM      
High Country Energy LLC Kasson, MN Proposal $750
Ten of the largest upcoming Northwest construction projects
Project Title and Owner/Developer Location Current
Stage
Project
Value
U.S. $
millions
CA HIGH SPEED RAIL       
CA-High Speed Rail Authority San Francisco, CA Masterplanning $21,000
AEHI NUCLEAR POWER PLANT      
Alternate Energy Holding, Inc. New Plymouth, ID Masterplanning $6,500
FSP TRANSBAY TRANSIT CENTER   Working  
San Francisco Transbay Joint Powers Authority San Francisco, CA Drawings $4,000
TRI MET LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT SYSTEM WITH BUILDING MODIFICATIONS   Working  
Tri Met Light Rail Transit   Portland, OR Drawings $3,500
BOYLE HEIGHTS AKA WYVERNWOOD APARTMENTS      
Fifteen Group Los Angeles, CA Masterplanning $2,000
HYATT REGENCY CENTURY PLAZA HOTEL REDEVELOPMENT & MIXED USE   Conceptual  
Woodridge Capital LLC Los Angeles, CA Drawings $1,500
HOLLYWOOD PARK CASINO   Working  
Hollywood Park Inc. Inglewood, CA Drawings $1,000
MILLENNIUM HOLLYWOOD      
Community Redevelopment Agency Los Angeles Hollywood, CA Proposal $1,000
SANTA CLARA STADIUM      
City of Santa Clara   Santa Clara, CA Role Proposals $1,000
GRAND AVENUE APARTMENTS   Working  
Community Redevelopment Agency Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA Drawings $850
All of the above projects share the same common factors. They are all in the planning stage. They are mainly new projects but may also involve additions and/or alterations. Shopping centers, hotels, office buildings, medical buildings, educational buildings, libraries and museums, sports and entertainment complexes, industrial projects and government buildings will all be covered on a rotating basis.
Data source: Reed Construction Data/Tables: Reed Construction Data – CanaData.

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